Cork Workers' Club
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|Precursor:||Cork Communist Organisation|
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The Cork Workers Club emerged from the Cork Communist Organisation, which had itself appeared as a split from the British & Irish Communist Organisation. It acted as a political group and then as a publishing house of classic texts of Irish socialist republicanism.
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On the IRA: Belfast Brigade Area
The Republican Movement and Socialism, 1950-70
Three pamphlets from 1970s
By: Susan Campbell | 9th June 2014, 9:07pm
I have The Connolly Walker Controversy On Socialist Unity in Ireland (historical reprint 9) J.M. MacDonnell, The Story of Irish Labour (historical reprint 10) James Connolly, Ireland Upon the Disecting Table (historical reprint 11).
If you would like to have them, please contact me.
Re: Three pamphlets from 1970s
By: Aonrud | 10th June 2014, 10:38am
Thanks Susan, we'll get in touch by email.
More 1970s pamphlets
By: John Lamp | 14th March 2015, 10:29pm
All the way in the antipodes, I have:
6 Workshop talks - 2 copies, one with green cover, one with yellow cover
9 The Connolly-Walker Controversy on Socialist Unity in Ireland
11 Ireland Upon the Dissecting Table - "A New Enlarged Edition" 77pp
15 The Connolly DeLeon Controversy on Wages Marriage and the Church
19 Sinn Fein & Socialism
I should be able to scan to pdf if you like.
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